Cheers, and great riding to all !
Shot over ice is the way to go. That is the coffee you made me on opening day, a really nice one for a hot day.
Very true .... I should possibly call it the DStone as well, but the Chewbacca is a just little hairy-er of course.
Having a crack now at cooking cocaine bars on the premises too. Will see how the little oven works for that task.
I will swing past next time down the bay fo sure. :)
Get on the EPO Harley. The real hot sauce!
Had a good run this morning, with a lot of new faces swinging through to try out a siphon brew. Many thanks to the guys who have stopped past to show off their bikes out the front .... its the only way that seems to communicate to the various packs riding through that this is some sort of cycling facility :) Works for me.
So ... its time then for:
A ridiculous 40 deg day tomorrow, so we will run it again, and extend the hours out just a little.
Complimentary Chewbaccas and/or Iced Fruit Water for any AC cyclists who drop in before 7am on Monday. Its perfect riding conditions first thing in the morning, and I don't think there is much else open before 7am anyway ... so please feel free to drop by.
4:30am - 7am, get in before the rush.
Sounds great, keep advertising,
A wet morning for Sunday perhaps ?
Early bird siphon coffees are on again for Sunday at La Musette, Glenelg.
Sunday, 6am to 7am - $2 Columbian Supremo's for AC readers.
We are the only place open from Dawn, the only place with cocaine bars, EPO, and ....other cool things that you will have to see for yourself :)
If you are passing through the Bay tomorrow, beat the queues and crowds, and checkout our little cyclists clubhouse for something completely different.
The BOM predicts 42 today .... and we know from experience that the BOM is rarely wrong.
So its Heatwave Happy Hour again this morning. Any riders who roll up at LaMusette between 630am and 830am, get a free early morning Columbian Chewbacca (long black Columbian over ice, with a dusting of organic cacao)
Lots of new beans in stock for the next week, including :
Ethiopian Harrare - a bizarre coffee, with a sweet and highly distinctive taste. One of the oldest coffee beans around, and definitely one to try.
Flowers of the Amazon - a fairtrade blend from Brazil, with an incredible aroma and intriguing taste. Not your average coffee. Similar to doing the North Eastern approach to Willunga Hill on a beach cruiser. Give it a go.
Papua New Guinea blend - a tough, no compromise bean, that almost gives you the beta alanine tingles. Its the Norton Summit of coffees.
Indonesian single origin - perfect for programmers who need to do a bit of java in their day jobs.
Peruvian organic single origin - another strong bean, more like a trip up to the bollards in the big ring.
And a massive quantity of our famous Russian "Little Red Rabbit" is back in stock - which is the coffee equivalent to smashing Alpe d' Huez from start to finish in the big ring on an 11-23 cassette. Super recommended.